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Participants and quotes are listed in alphabetical order.
"ARAUCO constructively engages with stakeholders and reports transparently. Tools such as the EPCI questionnaire help us further understand and take action with respect to being responsible on our environmental performance and impacts."
"Bio-PAPPEL understands the importance of putting the principle of transparency in practice in recognition of the impact our company has on our stakeholders. This type of evaluation allow us to assess the effectiveness of our self-transparency evaluation in order to improve our global focus and commitment with sustainability."
"In CMPC Celulosa S.A. we are very motivated to be part of this program, which has allowed us to announce our transparency index since the year 2013. This challenge has enabled us to progress on continuous improvement of our own indicators and processes for the benefit of our stakeholders and especially of our customers. We have a strong commitment to continue working together with WWF to demonstrate that we are a responsible and environmentally sustainable company."
Commercial Director, CMPC Pulp
"In addition to the commitment to the sustainable use of natural resources, Fibria's commitment to transparency represents a key element in its relationship with stakeholders. For Fibria, a renewable forestry company, the themes of sustainability, governance and accountability are essential to its activities. The EPCI is an important channel for transparency between Fibria and its stakeholders, contributing for sharing information from the company and foster performance improvement."
"Klabin pursues transparency and clarity when presenting the actions that it has taken throughout the year and the WWF’s Environmental Paper Company Index is an opportunity to further communicate and engage stakeholders into our continuous improvement efforts."
"WWF Paper index is for us more than just a recognition: it is a management tool that helps to guide our strategy and our environmental efforts. We are happy with the evolution in our participation but we are aware of the responsibility to improve our performance overtime. We know this is what our clients, staff and partners expect and there is no doubt this is the path we want to track."
CEO, Suzano Pulp and Paper